Category: Facts

40 Amazing Unknown Facts of Hollywood

This is a compilation of 40 amazing unknown facts and behind the scenes stories on Hollywood. Have fun and so share with your cinemaphilic friends. Also, do correct us if there’s any mistake, in...

Marvel’s Gambit : Quick Facts

His full name is Remy Etienne LeBeau also known as Le Diable Blanc (the White Devil), Robert Lord, Death and Ragin’ Cajun because of his Cajun personality and his New Orleans (Louisiana) heritage. Gambit is...

Origin of Names of Indian States

Every state of India has a unique name that has a significant meaning. Here is a list of some names of states and their source of origin. Hope you liked it. Comment your opinions...

April Fool’s Day : Facts

April Fools’ Day is also called All Fools’ Day, and is celebrated on April 1 every year. The book The Canterbury Tales , written in 1392 by Geoffrey Chaucer, associated April 1 with foolishness....

Pseydonyms Of Some Popular Assamese Writers

Pseudonyms are pen names used by writers to hide their identity in their published works due to security concerns or simply out of fashion. Assamese literature is one of the richest in the world,...

Facts about JK Rowling you probably did not know:

Joanne Rowling, writing under the pen names J. K. Rowling and Robert Galbraith, is a British novelist, screenwriter, and producer who is best known for writing the Harry Potter fantasy series. The books have won multiple awards and sold...

Interesting facts of a immortal jellyfish

Turritopsis Dohrnii is now officially known as the only immortal creature. The secret to eternal life, as it turns out, is not just living a really, really long time. It’s all about maturity, or...

Ignored past of some Infamous Vilains

It is a known fact that no man is born bad and no one becomes a villain by his choice. When a tries to do something good for his people and later screws it...

Famous People, Strange Habits

1. Leo Tolstoy arranged flowers on his writing desk before picking up his pen to create masterpieces such as Anna Karenina and War and Peace. 2. French novelist, playwright and journalist Emile Zola loved...